Abbreviations Used in the Locators
The following is an example of most of the locators: VV 1, Mar 2001, p14. This denotes
issue number 1, published in March of 2001, page 14. Multiple citations for one
entry are separated by semicolons.
A locator preceded by an asterisk (*) denotes an error corrected or reported.
A notation such as "Col. 3" would indicate that the item would be found in the third
column from the left on the cited page.
Article titles in the subject index are enclosed in quotation marks.
Within an entry authors' names are in parentheses.
Information considered helpful in determining an entry's relevance to a search is
enclosed in brackets ([ ]).